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Tiny Baby Bunnies

By: Anna Hrachovec for Mochimochi Land

I have seen plenty of adorable free knitting patterns, but none of them quite compare to these Tiny Baby Bunnies. Whether you make a few for Easter decorations or if you have some scrap yarn you're itching to get rid of, these little bunnies can be knit up in minutes. To complete these cute critters, you will need some darker yarn for the eyes and a tiny amount of stuffing for the body.


Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oh my! I don't think these could possibly be any tinier or cuter. They would be perfect Easter egg stuffers!

Oh wow, when you said tiny, you really meant teeny tiny. These are so small. How did the designer ever come up with these? They are rated at easy, but I would think that the mere smallness of the bunnies would be hard to handle? Has anyone else made these and can provide some feedback?

These are so cute but are not the easiest to make if you are not used to knitting in the round as they are very small and are knitted on small DPN's. Once you get used to working with DPN's they are really quick as there are only a few rows and stitches plus an icord for the ears. I got some small pom pom's from the pound shop for the tails. I have also made them using DK yarn and larger needles and they work out just as good. I would however recommend using a needle size smaller than that recommended for the yarn to ensure you get tight stitches and the stuffing does not show through.

If you hurry, you will have time to complete a few of these adorable little bunnies in time to add them to an Easter basket or create a fluffle of bunnies for your Easter centerpiece. Even though the pattern uses tiny needles and fine yarn, there are only a few stitches and a few rows needed to create them. They would look lovely tucked in among the Easter eggs.

I love this pattern, thanks.

These are so very adorable. Thanks, Anna, for designing them. I'm going to do them up in bits of leftover sock yarn. Imagine - self-patterning bunnies!


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